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NooTrees Bamboo Pulp Pocket Tissue -- 10 Packs


NooTrees Bamboo Pulp Pocket Tissue
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NooTrees Bamboo Pulp Pocket Tissue -- 10 Packs

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NooTrees Bamboo Pulp Pocket Tissue Description

  • 10 Packs, 2 Ply
  • 9 Sheets Per Pack
  • 100% Virgin Ecoluxe
  • Bamboo Pulp Pocket Tissue
  • Soft
  • Strong
  • Absorbent
  • Soft Yet Strong
  • 100% Biodegradable
  • 100% Free Of BPA's, Dyes Or Additives
  • Supremely Hypoallergenic
  • Highly Absorbent
  • 100% Renewable

Our bamboo, from certified mills and farms, grows without chemicals or fertilisers. It offers you the very best antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties found naturally within the fibre. Our products are suitable for daily use at work and to home. Being naturally supremely hypoallergenic, bamboo is a gift of nature making it fantastically gentle on your skin.

 

Our bamboo paper products are 100% biodegradable, 100% renewable and 100% BPA free. They are soft yet strong  and do not require any trees to be cut down to make them. As bamboo is a grass it re-grows when harvested, making it a great choice for these daily use products.

 

Our carefully selected bamboo is not the variety favoured by pandas either, so you will not be affecting their food source. We welcome you in joining our quest to save the 27,000 trees a day that are being chopped down just to make tissue paper and toilet paper.

 

Thank you from Earth

 

It's cool to care

 

 

 

 

Free Of
BPA

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Back-to-School Shopping: Pandemic Edition

August is here and you know what means. It’s time to shop for school supplies! But this year’s list may look a bit different than those of years past. After all, we’re in the middle of a pandemic. If your child is heading back to the classroom this fall, you might want to supplement the colored pencils, spiral notebooks and pocket folders with the following supplies:

Face coverings

Parasol 4-Layer Disposable Respiratory Protective Face Mask | Vitacost.com/Blog Whether you choose disposable face masks, the reusable fabric variety or a face shield, wearing a face covering indoors (and outdoors when social distancing isn’t possible) can help contain droplets and slow the spread of COVID-19. Tip: Pack a backup mask in case he or she loses the first one!

Eye protection

Female Student Wearing Face and Eye Protection in School | Vitacost.com/Blog According to the Glaucoma Research Foundation, Coronavirus can be spread through the eyes. Therefore, if your child wears contact lenses, he or she may want to switch to eyeglasses for the foreseeable future. And, if they have perfect vision, you still might want to invest in a pair of non-prescription glasses or goggles.

Liquid soap

Earth Friendly ECOS® Free & Clear Hand Soap | Vitacost.com/Blog Washing hands regularly with soap and water is one of the most effective ways to eliminate germs and reduce the spread of COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Sending your child to school with hand soap not only eliminates the need for sharing, it allows you to choose a gentle, non-irritating variety, which is important given how frequently your son or daughter will be washing their hands. Tip: Store the soap in a resealable plastic bag in case it leaks.

Hand sanitizer

Brittanie's Thyme Organic Hand Sanitizer | Vitacost.com/Blog The U.S. Food & Drug Administration recommends using a hand sanitizer containing at least 60 percent ethyl alcohol to help combat Coronavirus if soap and water aren’t readily available. This could come in handy (pun intended!) while your son or daughter is rushing to and from class or trying to avoid a crowded restroom.

Disinfecting wipes

Viloe Antibacterial Wipes | Vitacost.com/Blog Sure, the school will likely have these on hand, but it won’t hurt to send your son or daughter with extras. Tip: Purchase a large package and place a few wipes in a resealable plastic bag. Refill as needed.

Reusable water bottle

New Wave Enviro Safe Sporter | Vitacost.com/Blog Water fountains are temporarily off limits at many schools across the country. Reusable water bottles can help ensure your child stays hydrated throughout the day. Tip: The larger the bottle, the less often he or she will need to refill it!

Disposable gloves

Kroger® Home Sense® Disposable Latex Gloves | Vitacost.com/Blog These probably won’t appear on any school-issued supply lists, but it’s not a bad idea to toss a few pairs of disposable gloves into your child’s backpack in case he or she feels the need for extra protection during the school day.

Pocket tissues

NooTrees Bamboo Pulp Pocket Tissue | Vitacost.com/Blog If your child has a pack of tissues on hand, he or she won’t have to share with classmates. And the less frequent the sharing, the less likely the chance of contracting infections like Coronavirus. Tip: Encourage your child to use a tissue when rubbing his or her eyes for added safety.

General safety tips for students

Remind your star student to:
  • Wear a face covering over the mouth and nose when indoors (and outdoors if distancing is not possible)
  • Wash their hands regularly (for at least 20 seconds) with soap and water or sanitizer
  • Avoid contact with anyone who is exhibiting signs of sickness
  • Avoid touching their mouth, nose and eyes with unwashed hands
  • Clean and disinfect surfaces (e.g., desks, computers) as necessary
  • Tell a teacher/go to the nurse’s office if they start to feel sick
 
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